Pets can help decrease loneliness, relieve stress and anxiety, and provide opportunities for exercise, play, and recreation.
Fans of the documentary based on the book by Texas A&M Diversity VP Robin R. Means Coleman can catch a screening at the Queen Theatre Feb. 13 or on campus Feb. 17.
Health Science Center leader Carrie L. Byington co-authors commentary in The Lancet.
Ethics expert and School of Law professor Susan Fortney is the principal investigator for the NSF-funded project, which will examine culture and climate related to sexual harassment in STEM fields.
What branding barriers exist for female athletes and how we can move past them?
This Black History Month, take a look back at important moments and achievements of African-American Texas A&M University students, faculty and staff over the years.
Americans will consume 1.38 billion chicken wings during Super Bowl LIII weekend, which will stress poultry production and inflate prices.
Residents are less informed, less engaged in their communities and less influential with their legislators in cities where polarized national news sources are replacing shuttered local newspapers.
Attendees learned the finer points of the culinary art of BBQ from famed Texas pitmasters like Tootsie Tomanetz of Snow’s BBQ.
The documentary, based on the Texas A&M Diversity VP’s book, debuts Feb. 7 on Shudder and features an interview from ‘Get Out’ director Jordan Peele.